I missed the highest drivable mountain when I was there last year. If you have the time it's an extreme to enjoy in your travels.
"'What is showboating?', Alex."I even arrived with 6 miles to spare so I drove 3 miles beyond them then turned around and the range hit 0 miles just a few houses away from them.
"'What is showboating?', Alex." LOL
Ask me in 6 weeks.How often can you say you've driven across a State that has zero superchargers? Very rarely so I had to seize the moment. North Dakota and Hawaii for us and Alaska although that will probably never have them so it might not really count.
There are quite a few Canadian Provinces but maybe by the end of this year a few of those will be populated now. They have Yukon, Northwest Territory, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Newfoundland / Labrador, PEI (although 150-miles wide it could easily be a 10-mile long trip across the narrow section too), and Nova Scotia.
Ask me in 6 weeks.
I'm aiming to go through ND and well into SK, eventually turn a left, over and back South a bit to Calgary, then return and go up SK until I'm running short on roads. Not sure on time yet, as to how far I'll go (potentially as far as just short of the 55N), or if I'll instead swing East through Lake of The Woods area before jumping back into SC network via Duluth or something. A lot depends on schedule and availability of extended family that I'd visit on the way.
Indeed it could be the last summer of "pioneering" in a lot of places.
The showboating was looping so you would have 0 miles remaining, not driving across ND. I laughed both at your original post, as well as at SammichLover's post, and am glad your looping did not get you stranded.How often can you say you've driven across a State that has zero superchargers? Very rarely so I had to seize the moment….
The showboating was looping so you would have 0 miles remaining, not driving across ND. I laughed both at your original post, as well as at SammichLover's post, and am glad your looping did not get you stranded.
That's only 15% down, I'm not surprised that they're dragging their feet still on a replacement. Wish you luck on wearing them down. How much time do you have left on your warranty? Still about 4 - 5 years, right (IIRC 90D but not a facelift)?Gotcha. That wasn't showboating ... it was research. My 90D used to have 296 or 297 miles of max range and ~81.0 kWh of usable battery. It now has 255 miles and 69.0 to 69.5 kWh of usable battery. I'm trying to see if / when / how Tesla will replace my battery but they are being a bit resistant at this point claiming it is "still within the expected range."